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Vol. XVI No. 15
HALL-COUNCIL PRESIDENT; SCOTT-FROSH PRESIDENT
Norm Hall, former president of the freshman class, has been elected
president of the sophomore class and Bob Henney has been elected as Soph
representative for Student flouncilo
Bob Scott has been elected president of the freshman class; Thomas
Gaydos, vice-president; Margie Brehm, Sec-treasurer; and Lilly Junas,
student council member*
In the elections, held Friday, 38 Freshman and 34 Sophmores voted.
Election Committee members were Jack Burggraf, Pat Tomsho, and Ellen Iff
Tellers were Nancy Maue, Harriet Tulin, and Ellen Iffert.
Student Council for this Semester will consist of Norm Hall-Preside
Bob Scott-Vice-President; Pat Tomsho-Secretary; Ellen Iffert -Treasurer;
the following members) Roy Atherholt, Jack Taluskie s Bob Henney, Jack Bu
and Lilly Junas.
At the first meeting of the new council, which will be held this we,
the standing committees and the social committe co—chairmen will be name ,
Plans will be made for activities to be held this semester * such as Cony
the Class Picnic, and numerous dances and partiese
CENTER FIVE SPLITS PAIR; DROPS TO SECOND PLACE
Hazleton Center's Basketeers traveled to Johnstown and Altoona over
the weekend dropping a one-point heartbreaker to Johnstown and soundly
trouncing Altoona State by fourteen points.
Johnstown Pitt continued to be the uthorn in Hazleton Center's bid
for the Penna. Jr. College Basketball Crown by again handing our basket,
a one point defeat-63 to 62, The last meeting at Hazleton High Gym
produced an almost similar score as Johnstown edged Hazleton 6). to 63.
Art Tracey of Johnstown took top honors of the evening as he tossed
the game-winning field goal with 13 seconds remaining in the game.
Saturday afternoon found our own Hazleton team in its flusualu top f
as it handed Altoona'State its seventh defeat 68 to 54, Hazleton's loss
Johnstown dropped the Center Five to second place in the standings. Unof
Standings of the Penna. Jr.. College Conference are as follows:
Mount Alto I,- 6
Wednesday Night— HAZLETON CENTER vs. KEYSTONE at Keystone
Weekly Newsletter Edition
The Pennsylvania State College Center
Highacres, Hazleton, Pennsylvania
6857 Games to Play—